Flights to Bangkok
Flights to Bangkok from many parts of the world require just a single fuss free flight, or at worst one short over lay is needed to reach the city. Bangkok is a major SE Asian air hub and dozens of airlines fly regularly between the Thai capital and Europe, Asia the USA and Australia. Thailand’s national carrier is Thai Airways International, which also operates a number of domestic air routes. Domestic flights to Bangkok are also easy and can be achieved with little costs involved. Nok Air, Orient Thai, PB Air and Thai Air Asia are all budget airlines that fly both international and domestic flights.
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For flights to Bangkok, there are 2 airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Muang Airport Suvarnabhumi Airport is used by all airlines in Thailand except for Nok Air, Orient Thai and Air Asia, which use the old Don Muang Airport. Both these airports are about 30 km (19 mi) from the city centre, so be gotten ready for a long trip to get into the city. Also allow at least 3 hours to connect between them, as they are far from each other and there is heavy congestion on the roads.
Located 30km to the east of Bangkok is the space-age Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). It started operations in Sep 2006 and is now the primary airport and busiest airport in Southeast Asia for flights to Bangkok. It is utilised for almost all worldwide and residential flights to Bangkok. There is only one terminal structure, which covers both domestic and worldwide flights, however it is big (by some steps the world’s biggest), so allow time for getting around. There are 2 immigration sections, but processing time can be lengthy – 30 minutes and more. Read more information about Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok…..
Don Muang Airport
Don Muang Airport (DMK) (or Don Mueang), is about 30 km north of downtown, was Bangkok’s main airport until 2006. The airport currently deals with Nok Air and Orient Thai domestic flights, the worldwide terminal is now used by Air Asia and other charters. Because all Air Asia flights arrive and leave from DMK (Don Muang) instead of BKK (Suvarnabhumi). This might be something to consider when you have a linking flights – given that a lot of non-Air Asia international flights will be leaving from BKK (Suvarnabhumi). Read more information about Don Muang Airport Bangkok…..